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NHSX Executive team
ESM 1 – Director of Digital Analytics
Location: Leeds or London; however at least 2 days presence in Leeds required
NHSX is leading the largest digital health and social care transformation programme in the world. With investment of more than £1 billion pounds a year nationally and a significant additional spend locally, we need the right people in our team to help us to get the technology right for staff and citizens.
As data transforms the world around us, NHSX is looking for a Director of Digital Analytics to embrace to join our Senior Team to embrace this change and potential opportunity by helping bring the benefits of modern technology and innovative use of data to every patient and clinician. Your team will combine the best talent from government, the NHS and industry. NHSX aim to create the most advanced health and care service in the world to diagnose diseases earlier, free up staff time and empower patients to take greater control of their own healthcare.
Join our team and you will be helping us to deliver against our five missions:
- Reducing the burden on clinicians and staff, so they can focus on patients;
- Giving people the tools to access information and services directly;
- Ensuring clinical information can be safely accessed, wherever it is needed;
- Improving patient safety across the NHS; and
- Improving NHS productivity with digital technology
The Director of Digital Analytics within NHSX will be a key leader across the Department of Health and Social Care and NHS England/Improvement, driving the excellent use of analytics and data science to transform health and care. Reporting to the NHSX Director of Technology & Data Strategy and the Director of Data and Analytics for NHS England/Improvement, the successful candidate will work openly and creatively with the other government departments, and Arm’s Length Bodies, people working right across the health and care system and in local government; and experts from academia, the private sector and internationally to:
- develop strategies for improving the use of analytics and data science in health and care;
- through setting up and leading our Innovative Analytics Unit and working alongside the NHSX Skunkworks and the NHS Artificial Intelligence Laboratory, deploy cutting edge techniques to develop new projects and insights and prototype products and solutions to support improvements in health & care;
- ensure NHSX own use of data and analysis is best in class on both quality and also openness and transparency;
- play a leading role in developing the profession for analysts and data scientists, working across the health and care system; and
- make a key contribution across government in how data science and analytics can support better policy making and delivery of priorities.
The Director of Digital Analytics is a new role in a newly formed unit and as such provides great opportunity and expectation to shape and build a successful operation. You will also be a key corporate leader in developing NHSX; and a member of senior leadership teams of both the Director of Technology & Data Strategy; and the Director of Data & Analytics. You will provide inspirational leadership to your immediate team of 15-20 people and be one of the key figureheads for the analytics and data science profession across the whole NHS – and reaching out across government, across the social care sector and beyond. Your unit will be expected to develop and share innovative and impactful data science and mobilise the wider analytical community across the NHS and beyond to deliver analysis, insight and research for better health and care.
Thank you for your interest in this exciting role. We look forward to hearing more from you.
For more detail see the attached documents
For further details / informal visits contact:
We aim to conduct interviews in the weeks commencing 2nd or 9th March 2020
For further information please contact Kathy hall via firstname.lastname@example.org
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